Friday Nite Videos -- July 31, 2015

July 31, 2015
Portside (July 31, 2015)

Jack Black and Morgan Freeman Explain the Iran Nuclear Deal. A Brief History of Everything. Street Art for Hope and Peace. Key & Peele - Pro Teaching. Scalia's Poetry Slam. 

	Jack Black and Morgan Freeman Explain the Iran Nuclear Deal



	Global Zero wants you to know just how much is at stake in the Iran nuclear deal, and in this video some well known and well spoken people put it so simply that even members of Congress should be able to understand it. 



	A Brief History of Everything



	Minute Physics brings you 13 billion years in 8 minutes, with narration by Neil deGrasse Tyson and music by Igor Stravinsky. Arguably the most informative few minutes you've ever experienced.



	Street Art for Hope and Peace



	eL Seed delights in juggling multiple cultures, languages and identities. His Arabic poetry artwork, inspired by street art and graffiti, aims to create art so beautiful it needs no translation.



	Key & Peele - Pro Teaching



	Boyd Maxwell and Perry Schmidt report on the latest developments in the exciting world of pro teaching.



	Scalia's Poetry Slam



	It seems only fitting to use Antonin Scalia’s own words for a poetry slam, since the justice’s snarky dissents are filled with so many poetic gems. The Affordable Care Act victory was followed quickly by the same-sex marriage win, and Scalia’s dissents have become increasingly irate and colorful. 




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